>> Members of Project UDI today announced the release of the UDI (Uniform
>> Driver Interface) 1.0 Specification. This Specification is the
>Not sure why anyone thinks this is Linux relevant
a) Embrace and extend: ``Come, join us; if you write Linux device drivers
you won't have to write drivers for anyone else.''
b) Losing the job security of having to rewrite drivers every time a new
major release comes out.
It might be better to have a native driver interface, but for #1 I'm not
picky; I'd like to have a NCR810 driver that worked again.
david parsons \bi/ 2mb of pdf. Ugh. Hopefully they've got a nice
\/ reference map among the formatting.
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